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The Arton by Rockwell launches dynamic North Tower

The Arton North will be fronting the expansive main pool deck, fully-equipped fitness gym, large function room, FIBA-sized multipurpose court and conducive co-working spaces

Premium living spaces await at Rockwell Land’s The Arton

Where living in the bustling metropolis has made life convenient yet at the same time complex, people are constantly seeking ways on how to balance their hectic life and their preferred lifestyle.

Finding a sanctuary where one can calm his or her nerves before plunging into another busy day, having a place where one can keep his or her mind and body active and sound has become a priority for everybody.

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Giving a refreshing take on peaceful city living complemented with active lifestyle choices, The Arton by Rockwell presented to the public its second tower, The Arton North. The launch, which took place on June 30, follows the warm reception of The Arton West Tower which sold Php1 billion worth of units merely two months after its July 2017 launch.

Performing beyond expected targets coming from the strong market reception of The Arton West, The Arton North caters to discerning growing families. Its units range from studios to various sizes of two- and three-bedroom units as spacious as 113 sqm.

The Arton North launch gave unit owners and buyers a taste of what to expect from the exclusive residential development: a space filled with lush greenery and marvelous sights.

Located in the heart of the amenities, The Arton North will be fronting the expansive main pool deck, fully-equipped fitness gym, large function room (which can be converted into a yoga and dance studio), FIBA-sized multipurpose court and conducive co-working spaces. Jogging paths which wind around the sprawling gardens are available for residents who seek to keep an active lifestyle. The Arton North easily lets you pursue an active lifestyle with your family without having to to go far from home.

Rockwell Land’s first upscale high-rise community in Katipunan, Quezon City,
The Arton consists of three towers which will showcase premium living spaces and impeccable lifestyle choices that will enable its future residents to live that distinguished Rockwell lifestyle that the high-end developer has been known for.

Nestled atop a hill, The Arton allows its residents to take in views of the Ortigas Skyline and the Sierra Madre mountain range. A sprawling 80 percent of the 1.9-ha property is dedicated to open spaces, manicured lawns and lush greenery, a trademark design of the company.

Rockwell Land gives utmost priority to the environment and is very conscious about having open spaces and lush greenery, as seen in all of its existing developments.

Notably, the company will be bringing to Katipunan the same expertise that allowed it to create sustainable masterplanned communities such as the 15.5-ha Rockwell Center, now deemed an unparalleled structural masterpiece in Makati City.

Apart from that, the upscale developer will be providing a much needed breathing space to this part of Quezon City where some of the country’s premier educational institutions can be found such as University of the Philippines Diliman, Ateneo de Manila University and Miriam College, as well as other commercial establishments and upmarket residential developments. As part of Rockwell Land’s thrust towards sustainability, a lot of the trees on the property where The Arton is being built were retained.

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The Arton by Rockwell is a joint venture between Rockwell and Japan’s major real estate company, Mitsui Fudosan Co. Ltd. The P15.6 billion, three-tower project is expected to be completed by 2022.

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